EACCME - Continuing Medical Education
Each year ESGE seeks approval from the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education in Brussels (EACCME),
an institution of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS), to provide CME-CPD credits for attendance at the scientific sessions of the core programme and the post-graduate programme.
Sources of funding:
Unrestricted educational grants in the form of financial sponsorship is offered to the organiser by companies through transparent contracts. Funding is provided free of any attempt of the sponsor to influence the programme, individual sessions, subjects for discussion, content or choice of faculty members.
EUCOMED - Ethical MedTech
The Conference Vetting System (CVS) is a unique initiative in the healthcare industry and an independently managed system which reviews the compliance of third-party educational events with MedTech Europe Code of Ethical Business Practice and Mecomed Code of Business Practice (the “Codes”) to determine the appropriateness for companies which are members of MedTech Europe and Mecomed to provide financial support to such events in the form of educational grants or commercial activities (booths, advertising, satellite symposium). The association applies for MedTech compliance annually for the congress.
We are pleased to inform you that the ESGE 31st Annual Congress has been assessed as compliant by EthicalMedTech. The decision is published on www.ethicalmedtech.eu.
AIFA - Italian Medicines Agency
We are pleased to inform you that ESGE seeks approval from AIFA - Italian Medicines Agency.
All Italian Pharmaceuticals Companies have to submit the request in order to participate and there has to be only one appointed agency that submits the pre-request to AIFA on their behalf.
For further information please see www.aifa.gov.it
If your company wish to be included in this procedure, please contact us via email: email@example.com